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East Africa launch of report on racist police violence in the U.S.


Report of the international commission of inquiry on systemic racist police violence against people of African descent in the United States


The purpose of the Commission of Inquiry on Systemic Racial Police Violence (Commission) is to examine whether widespread and systematic racist violence in policing against people of African descent in …

Transmittal letter for report


High Commissioner Michelle Bachelet
Office of the United Nations High
Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)
Palais Wilson
52 rue des Pâquis
CH-1201 Geneva, Switzerland.
Attn: Sara Hamood, Maria Luisa Buscar
Dear High Commissioner Michelle Bachelet:
In a courtroom …

Recommendations to the Lord Chief Justice

Recommendations to the Lord Chief Justice
Panel: Elisabeth Laing J, HHJ Dhir QC, Mr Victor Marshall OBE, Air Commodore Feroze
Amroliwala OBE

On 23 March 2016 the Lord Chief Justice wrote to Mr …

Kenyan communities evicted during colonial Britain are now seeking compensation!

Kenyan communities evicted during colonial #Britain are now seeking compensation!
Barrister Peter Herbert (@herbert_donald) explains why reparations for historic injustices are justified by the effects still felt today.
— RT UK …

Bend the Knee Ceremony in London and Kericho, Kenya

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Kericho Bend the Knee Ceremony


An international symbolic “Bend the Knee” Ceremony will take place on Saturday, 8 August 2020 at 11am (EAT) outside Unilever Kenya HQ at Brookes, Nakuru Road in Kericho Town, Kenya.
A …

DEBATE | will Scottish hate crime laws stifle free speech?


Press Release: Historical Injustices, The Sotik Massacre, Blood Tea and Land Alienation


International Pan African Webinar to be held today on ‘Historical Injustices, The Sotik Massacre, Blood Tea and Land Alienation” at the Lawyers Hub, Nairobi, 5 pm to 7 pm (EAT), …

Bottomline Africa Racial justice with US civil rights attorney